Fiddleback User Pics

Discussion in 'Fiddleback Forge Knives' started by Fiddleback, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. 5bassman

    5bassman

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    Jan 18, 2009
    My first Fiddleback, a Kephart.

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  2. Bmurray

    Bmurray Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 9, 2012
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  3. DavidLim

    DavidLim Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jul 28, 2016
    Woodsman vs GEC Roughneck

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  4. 1jay

    1jay Gold Member Gold Member

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    Feb 18, 2016
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  5. 1jay

    1jay Gold Member Gold Member

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    Feb 18, 2016
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  6. bear71

    bear71 Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 17, 2013
    Today's selection stropped, oiled and ready to go.
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  7. VANCE

    VANCE Allen, I have an axe to grind with you. Moderator Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Mar 13, 2006
    Looks good Jules
     
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  8. Luca917

    Luca917 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    Yeah Jules!
     
  9. Luca917

    Luca917 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 10, 2016
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  10. Bmurray

    Bmurray Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 9, 2012
  11. donscpoo

    donscpoo Gold Member Gold Member

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    Feb 11, 2013
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  12. Kal-El

    Kal-El Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 30, 2010
    Love this pic. That Buckeye is outstanding.
     
  13. Luca917

    Luca917 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    I agree!
     
  14. cbach8tw

    cbach8tw Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 9, 2006
    Ok, Luca, caught my attention again, what is the gun with that fiddleback?
     
  15. Luca917

    Luca917 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    Hey buddy,
    That is my Uberti 1872 Richards/Mason conversion replica in .38 Special. From Taylor Firearms in Winchester, Virginia. I have a particular fondness for firearms from that time period. I've also got a stunning 1873 rifle replica from the same company that Rick Lowe (RLO Leather) did some beautiful leather work for.

    I posted these way back, but here's a better view.

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  16. Comprehensivist

    Comprehensivist Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Aug 23, 2008
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  17. Bmurray

    Bmurray Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 9, 2012
    Good one Phil
     
  18. VANCE

    VANCE Allen, I have an axe to grind with you. Moderator Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Mar 13, 2006
    that's awesome @Comprehensivist

    now...if we can get Andy to wear a get-up like that
     
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  19. cbach8tw

    cbach8tw Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 9, 2006
    Luca, thanks, I also like the cartridge conversions, unique look too. I enjoyed YouTube videos froma certain man that does reviews of such guns.
     
  20. Luca917

    Luca917 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 10, 2016
    You might have to send me a private message with that YouTube link...I'd like to see those.

    I like the cartridge conversions. I've got a .44 black powder 1861 Navy replica that is a ton of fun to shoot, but the loading and cleaning process is a pain. Sure does make some nice fire if you shoot it in the dark though - for a split second the flame completely engulfs the pistol. I can see why you've got to plug each cylinder to avoid a full ignition explosion. The cartridge conversions still have that historical accuracy, but damn easy to shoot and clean.

    The 1873 lever rifle is a ton of fun! Shoot that one all day and never get tired of it.
     
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